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_ \aU-“S :39 With a recorded past dating back to Q m "’17. prehistoric times, Britain is a treasure lyg house of art, history, science and tech—

' (9‘ nology. There are over 2,()()() Museums MW“ and Galleries throughout the country,

serving as showcases for priceless artefacts.

Now, to celebrate Museums Year 1989, The Times provides you with an opportunity to make the most of our Museums, with a unique and compre- hensive Museum Guide and your personal Museum Passport.

The 240 page guide

an essential reference for anyone wanting to discover the joy of Museums.

Passport holders will receive a range of conces— sions including free or reduced entry, complimentary posters and guidebooks, private viewings and discounts in Museum shops.

If you’re a Times reader. the Passport and Guide are available to you at a privilege price.This offer is for a limited period only and is available only through The Times.

From the breathtaking to the bizarre. from the grand to the grotesque, with visions of ages past to glimpses of the future, make the most of our Museums and Galleries.

For full details of this special offer and a Privilege Application Form, read The Times.